A professional corporate trainer, keynote presenter, master of ceremonies and consultant.
Toby Travanner’s primary area of expertise is coaching individuals and teams to realise their business and personal goals especially in the areas of sales and marketing. He is an entertaining and challenging facilitator, with a reputation for high-energy, high-contact presentations. Toby Travanner consistently achieves 'excellent' ratings from the participants of his sessions, with most of his clients rating him as the best presenter they have ever worked with. Being well versed in many industries and with over 20 years of experience in consulting to provide peak personal performance (providing a 'return on intellect' to organisations), Toby is able to capture and motivate audiences with real, 'take home' techniques and attitudes.
Khoa Do is a keynote speaker, film director, writer, volunteer and teacher with extensive experience working with the most disadva
Khoa's story of success and triumph have made him one of the most inspirational public speakers in Australia, and his innate gift for storytelling is just as apparent in his presentations as it is his films.
Professor Ian Harper is an expert communicator in the field of economics. He has a strong interest in financial topics, and has th
Professor Ian Harper’s career in economics has included work in government, business and academia. His roles have included Chairman of the Australian Fair Pay Commission, Professor at the Melbourne Business School and Partner at Deloitte Access Economics. He also served as one of three panellists on the Independent Review of State Finances in Victoria, appointed by the Baillieu government. Ian is an expert speaker with interests in business, corporate governance, future trends and world affairs.
Dr Eric Knight is a Rhodes Scholar, editorialist, author and commentator. He is a leading thinker on politics, business and broade
Dr Eric Knight is an outstanding intellectual with the ability to be clear in his communication. As an Australian Rhodes scholar, he studied environmental law and economics at Oxford and has since worked for the OECD and United Nations as well as the World Bank. He is the author of the book Reframe: How to Solve the World’s Trickiest Problems and his writings frequently appear in the Australian press. His session the Sydney Festival of Dangerous Ideas titled ‘What's Killing Australian Innovation’ sold out a month in advance. As the son of an Australian father and Chinese mother, he’s also well placed to discuss the future of an Asian Century and the rise of China.
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